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Briefly Chamber postpones "Milton Dream" until fall The Milton Chamber of Com- merce decided at its Wednesday, March 27 meeting to postpone the Milton Dream conference sched- uled for Wednesday, April 3 due to a lack of participants from out- side the Cape Region. According to Barbara Fleetwood, executive director of the Milton Chamber of Commerce, the Milton marketing conference will be rescheduled for a time in the fall. She said the chamber may consider marketing the conference either in a different manner or in a different location prior to the event. Fleetwood announces Chamber resignation Barbara Fleetwood, Milton Chamber of Commerce executive director, has announced that she will resign from her position, ef- fective Monday, April 8. Fleet- wood is the only director the chamber has ever had; she has held the position for 10 years. Fleetwood made her decision to leave the chamber after being of- fered a job with Omni Bank in Millsboro, where she will earn a higher salary and receive benefits. "It was a very, very hard deci- sion to make," said Fleetwood. "I've been in this job for 10 years, and it's got my heart and soul." She said that she will volianteer her time to help train her replace- ment during the evenings and weekends. No replacement has yet been named. Husband, wife team join Mann & Moore Albert "Bert" Queipo and Gerry Queipo, a husband and wife team, have joined the staff at Century 21 Mann and Moore Asso- QUEIPO ciates, Inc., at their 4343 Highway One, Re- hoboth Beach, office. Bert is from Ohio and a former United States government employee. QUEIPO Gerry is a military retiree and also a former United States government em- ployee. The couple has lived ex- tensively overseas and in the Washington, D.C. area, moving to Lewes in April 1996. The Queipos' goal is to offer the highest quality realty service to the public. BIE to hold job fair The Ninth Annual Kent Coun- ty/Business, Industry, Educaiion Alliance Job Fair will take place on Wednesday, April 17, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Polytech Adult Education Center, Denny's Road, Dover. This year's theme will be "Focus on Your Future." CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 5- April 11, i996- 67 Table space for businesses is $60 and includes lunch for two. Space is limited and will be avail- able on a first come, first served basis. Businesses that have not re- ceived registration information may call Eleanor Schauer at 674- 8087 or Lori Brandner at 739- 4540. There will be no admission fee for the public. PEN HOUS Delaware ! EA 'WEEKEND SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1996 11 A.M.- 2 P.M. 102 SECOND STREET 901 SAVANNAH ROAD "BUSINESS F)TENTIAL" Victorian 2-1/2 story 8BR, 3BA previously approved for 6 room boarding house. 408 PILOTTOWN ROAD "AUTHENTIC TUDOR COT]AGE" 3BR, 2BA, 2 powder rooms, contemporary conveniences with original architectures and incredible garden and pond. 121 NEW PILOTTOWN PARK "ENGLISH TUDOR" in its 1920's style. 4BR, 2BA and a treasure on the Canal on Pilottown Road. UNIT 67 HENLOPEN GARDENS "LIKE NEW" Features a bright, cheerful kitchen, family room and huge master suite. 2-1/2 car attached garage. Walking distance to shops, restaurant and canal. 205 UNIVERSITY "LIVE IN OR RENT OUT" Great location, close to it all. se with built ins, hardwood floors. GOOD LEWES LIVING New construction, single level home provides ease of mainte- nance. Just good living, 3BR, 2BA oversized garage, deck, ready to move into. ! l The Prudential Gallo Realty 1322 Kings Highway Lewes, De 645-6661 1-800-321-3839